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  • The Anniversary Series

    16 April 2018  by Jonny Beggs
    Post Postmodern? What theological challenges face the next generation and how are they responding? Dr Cindy Brown will help us explore how young adults of the millennial and generation z age groups view realities like suffering, compassion, truth and justice. How do their preferences, values and needs impact their view of God, what it means to be human and whether or not community matters? What might these trends mean at both a personal and
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  • The Anniversary Series

    16 April 2018  by Jonny Beggs
    Post Postmodern? What theological challenges face the next generation and how are they responding? Dr Cindy Brown will help us explore how young adults of the millennial and generation z age groups view realities like suffering, compassion, truth and justice. How do their preferences, values and needs impact their view of God, what it means to be human and whether or not community matters? What might these trends mean at both a personal and
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  • Look Past the Headline

    12 April 2018  by Dr. Cindy Brown
    Dr. Cindy Brown urges us to listen to and love the world as God loves the world. As we interact with the news, let us look past the headlines to where the Spirit wants to bring the Gospel to meet the needs of the world and move past ‘hashtag’ trends to a deeper understanding as people of the Kingdom of God.
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  • Exploring the future shape of Church and mission in Northern Ireland

    7 March 2018  by Paul Coulter
    Post-Christian?  Exploring the future shape of Church and mission in Northern Ireland Church attendance is falling, Christian influence in society is decreasing and congregations are closing.  Western nations, by and large, can be described as post-Christian –  Christianity is no longer familiar but foreign, no longer dominant but one among a diversity of belief systems and no longer mainstream but marginal.   Ma
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  • Context is Everything - lessons from Nepal

    9 January 2018  by Peter McDowell
    Peter McDowell is our new Lecturer in Missiology, so he took a moment out of his preparing for teaching for us to ask him a few questions. So how are you? I'm good, it’s good to be here. It feels like my wife and I have done a lot of different things in a lot of different places, but at each point we look at what’s coming next. For me, teaching has always been a vocation. I like sharing with groups, and helping people (
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  • A world without Down Syndrome

    31 October 2016  by Ian Dickson
    The telling of our collective human story requires the inclusion and dynamic of subjectivity – of personal and often passionate views.  Objectivity cannot be the only respected narrative if we want society to progress humanly.  We also need to hear the benevolent bias of human beings living in constant closeness to people whom competitive societies might not value.  At times we must lean far out over the bow to restore balanc
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  • The Beginning

    29 September 2016  by Jonny Beggs
    In the Bible ‘the Beginning’ has great significance; we learn about the beginning of the world, the Word, and we learn how prophets and disciples began their ministry. So as a College we place a special emphasis on ‘the Beginning’ of studies for all students. We begin as we mean to continue, focused on God, His Word, and His Work in this world.  We invite all students, their families, friends and church leaders to
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  • Sabbath-making as Soul-keeping

    22 July 2016  by Cynthia Bennett Brown
    Over the course of a busy semester at Belfast Bible College the pressure from assignments and exams, administration, teaching, homes, health, placements, and worries is felt not only in our souls and minds but also our bodies.  Now and again we have phases in life when we just plain get tired, and we need a break from pressing labours.  But sometimes, if we’re honest, we reach this place less because of this or that particular o
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  • Re-reading well known biblical stories

    22 July 2016  by William Ford
    There are some stories in the bible that we know very well, having heard them from Sunday school onwards. This familiarity can sometimes be a problem, as we can lose the ability to be challenged or inspired by them.[1] How do we read such stories well?[2] As an example, let us think about a very well-known story: David and Goliath in 1 Samuel 17. One key question to ask in reading the story is why David acted the way that he did. He is introdu
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  • Can I be a Christian & be a worrier?

    22 July 2016  by Pauline Wilson
    ‘Every single person who ever lived is personally familiar with fear. It is an inescapable feature of earthly life….Fear is natural to us. We don’t have to learn it. We experience fear and anxiety even before there is any logical reason for them.’[1] Some level of stress is good. It’s what helps a student submit their assignment by the deadline. But too much stress can cause that same student to sink into a deb
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